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Geodesic’s REMIDI Resolves System Availability Problems

Geodesic Systems Inc. announced the availability of its Geodesic REMIDI software, designed to improve business-critical application and system availability.

System availability is ensured through the use of Geodesic’s Run-Time Diagnosis and Remediation (RDR) technology. REMIDI detects, diagnoses, and resolves destructive -applicaiton errors at run-time, increasing reliability and improving system performance.

REMIDI fixes application errors transparently - while the application is running. In addition, REMIDI fixes memory leaks, data corruption errors, and improves cache utilization.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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